In Case of Emergency
National Suicide Hotline - National Suicide Prevention Hotline – Know that you’re not alone. Help is available.
Crisis Now - Residents of Montgomery County are encouraged to call the Crisis Now hotline to access services for mental health issues and substance use disorder. Again, the Crisis Now hotline phone number is
833-580-CALL, or 833-580-2255.
LocalHelpNow - Download the LocalHelpNow app, a free app to find services for addiction and mental health, and to link individuals to service providers. https://localhelpnowmc.com/
Safety recommendations for people who use drugs:
Call Samaritan Crisis Care 24/7 at 937-224-4646 for crisis, treatment and referral.
Have Naloxone/Narcan available, and someone who can administer it, in case of an overdose.
Do not use drugs that contain or may contain fentanyl.
Do not use drugs alone.
Do not share needles.
In the event of an overdose, call 911 immediately.
Coping with Stress/Anxiety from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic - If you’re feeling anxiety about the spread of Coronavirus and the socioeconomic uncertainty that comes with it, you are not alone. Here are some simple steps you can take to cope with stress and anxiety during the Coronavirus pandemic. Coping with Stress/ Anxiety from COVID-19